It is clear that our lives are defined by the space between the two camps of; firstly, our thoughts on our own actions; and secondly, by our fear of what other people might think. Never mind Shakespeare, the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius pointed this out some two thousand years ago: “All is as thinking makes … Read more
All of us tend to take for granted the current freedoms, education, future prospects, lifestyle choices, which we (it is hoped) enjoy, but each freedom has been hard-won, and is always in danger of being lost by inaction. The WNBR stands for our rights to push boundaries, to cast aside social convention, to protest in … Read more
The first WNBR held at Golden Bay, Australia, was supported by a woman suffering from cancer who had a breast removed, and she was determined to let people see that she was out riding her bike just like everybody else. Exercise was an important part of her recovery and healing process and she was willing … Read more
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During the fight to win the vote the bicycle became not only a tool but also a symbol for the emancipation of women. Even while the police were arresting suffragette women, fully clothed from wrist to ankle and cycling around the cities, the protests continued. The success of the bicycle The success of the bicycle, despite all the social … Read more
It’s not the appearance of someone which dictates their character, or their motivations, it’s what they actually do that is the issue. The relevance of this discussion for the WNBR is that it’s not the clothing, or the differently clothed or coloured state of another that is the problem: it’s the demonstrative but entirely peaceful … Read more
Please support the #WNBR book #Thunderclap campaign here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/57163-the-world-naked-bike-ride-book?locale=en It’s important to login to Thunderclap and support the campaign directly. Tell your friends. Share, share, share. Let’s make this happen!The book, and the World Naked Bike Ride, need all the support and media coverage we can drum up. From the campaign website: More than 12 billion Thunderclap … Read more